Monday, April 7, 2008

Economics for South African Students by Louis Fourie

Economics for South African StudentsEconomics for South African Students
Author: Louis Fourie; Philip Mohr
Format: Softcover


Table of Contents:

  • Introduction. What economics is all about
  • a closer look at the economic problem
  • the interdependence between the major sectors, markets and flows in the mixed economy
  • measuring the performance of the economy
  • the South African economy
  • the economist's analytical toolkit. Microeconomics. Demand and supply prices
  • demand and supply in action
  • elasticity
  • background to demand - the theory of consumer choice
  • background to supply - the theory of production and cost
  • perfect competition
  • monopoly and imperfect competition
  • the labour market. From microeconomics to macro-economics - three important sectors in the economy. The monetary sector
  • the public sector
  • the foreign sector. Macroeconomics. Income determination in a simple Keynesian macroeconomic model.
  • Keynesian models including the government and the foreign sector
  • more on macroeconomic theory and policy
  • inflation
  • unemployment and the Phillips curve
  • economic growth and development. Index

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